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High Definition Video Podcast Understanding Wine. Video interviews with famous wine makers. Travel videos of wine country complete with wine vineyard profiles. Wine ratings and reviews in the style of Wine Spectator, Wine Advocate, Wine Enthusiast, and Robert Parker. Visits to Napa Valley, Sonoma Valley, Bordeaux, France, Burgundy, Italy, Germany, and many many more.
 
From the heart of the Oregon Wine Country, Wine Crush Podcast is designed to tell the amazing and colorful stories of the local wine industry. We interview winemakers from the Willamette Valley in a conversational format, and is going in its Season 5! Hosted by Heidi Moore, sponsored by Country Financial and other local partners, produced by The Daydream Agency, formerly Powered by Portland Radio Project
 
Obsessed with Wine is a weekly podcast hosted by California wine enthusiast, Wesley Cable. Wesley dreamed of being a winemaker in Napa Valley but since that didn't happen, Wesley created this podcast to pursue his passion for everything wine and winemaking. Each episode includes an interview with smart, talented, influential, people with a focus on their wine journey and the wines they are involved in every day. We taste and talk about amazing wines from all over the world. You can find an O ...
 
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Winesplained

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Winesplained

Adam Rack & Joel Gunderson

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Hosts Joel Gunderson (sommelier and partner of Coopers Hall) and Adam Rack (Coopers Hall assistant winemaker) explore sustainability in wine. Coopers Hall opened in 2014 as Oregon’s first keg-focused winery and as they’ve grown and evolved, many questions have arisen about how to continue to keep sustainability in mind. In each episode they’ll invite colleagues of the Willamette Valley wine community to discuss such topics as land and water management, certifications, inclusivity and exclusi ...
 
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Fall Creek SDA Church Sermons

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Fall Creek SDA Church Sermons

Fallcreek Seventh-Day Adventist Church

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Close to Eugene, Oregon in the Southern Willamette valley and nestled in the trees beside a bubbling brook sits a beautiful old church that dates back close to a century. Recently we have acquired the ability to record our sermons so we are very excited to share our messages with all those with internet capability. We have a small church feel with a big heart love that we hope to use to communicate a gospel message centered in Jesus and practically applied to our lives.
 
Join us on Thursdays at 2:00 pm est and 11:00 am pacific. Stay tuned for interesting new guests and topics. We have added a new show with a completely new format. It will be extremely local featuring the Willamette Valley In Oregon. The home of the great wine country, fabulous universities, unique communities and special individuals who make it all happen. So stay tuned for our new format show on Wednesday nights at 7:30 pm pacific time.
 
Sometimes the best part of a golf round is the conversations that happen in between shots. Whether the golf is great or garbage, you can always count on trash talk, unsolicited advice and funny stories. Two regular family guys with regular golf games keep those good times alive in this fun, laid back weekly podcast. Join along as Mike and Donovan banter about improving their golf game while balancing family and whatever else life throws their way. Hopefully their unsolicited advice and trash ...
 
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Decanted Wine Podcast

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Decanted Wine Podcast

Dave Adams and Sandra Everingham, WSET level 2 graduates

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Join wannabe-wine-snobs Sandi and Dave for fun, light-hearted yet informative discussions about wine tasting, wine travel, wine education, winemakers and wine events! Broadcasting from the second largest wine producer in the United States, Washington State (and beyond)! Then go deep into the world of wine with in-depth storytelling and interview segments with wine industry professionals. Let's Decant this!
 
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This week we talked with Julie Mendez, a Family Caregiver Support Specialist at NorthWest Senior and Disability Services. Julie discussed the Family Caregiver Support Program of NWSDS. Taking care of a family member or friend is an important job. It can also be a stressful, full-time job. The Family Caregiver Support Program is for unpaid caregiver…
 
It’s Monday, Let’s raise a glass to the beginning of another week. It’s time to unscrew, uncork or saber a bottle and let’s begin Exploring the Wine Glass! Today, I am sharing the final episode of the Oregon Wine Board’s educational series with the Umpqua Valley. From their website: The Umpqua Valley is home to hundreds of distinct valleys and the …
 
There's no place quite like Steens Mountain, a 50-mile fault block mountain that rises almost to almost 10,000 feet above the Alvord Desert in southeastern Oregon. It's a place where you can backpack into deep gorges, explore a stunning alpine lake in a basin a vertical mile above the desert and camp at numerous sites along Oregon's highest roadway…
 
This week I go through some of my favorite moments from the first few episodes of the podcast. The podcast has grown a lot since I released the first episode on March 12th, 2022, so I wanted to highlight some great clips from some of the early episodes that a lot of people haven't heard. If you hear a clip that sounds interesting and want to listen…
 
Episode 11 brings us another legend! We welcome Jesse Lange of Lange Estates! Jesse is second generation in Oregon Wine Country and is winemaker and fully involved in vineyard operations. Listen in as he talks about growing up in wine country, the wine Lange is so proud of and all the other crazy trails we venture down! Cheers!…
 
It’s Monday, Let’s raise a glass to the beginning of another week. It’s time to unscrew, uncork or saber a bottle and let’s begin Exploring the Wine Glass! Today, I am sharing a webinar that I attended from the Bordeaux Wine School. From the webinar description: From Summer Fridays to long weekends and grill nights, Bordeaux has a style for every o…
 
This week we talked with Julie Mendez, a Family Caregiver Support Specialist at NorthWest Senior and Disability Services. Julie discussed the Family Caregiver Support Program of NWSDS. Taking care of a family member or friend is an important job. It can also be a stressful, full-time job. The Family Caregiver Support Program is for unpaid caregiver…
 
Last week I shared part one of my interview with Richie Allen, the talented VP of Winemaking and Viticulture at Rombauer Vineyards. We discussed the story of how Koerner and Joan Rombauer came to Napa Valley and established Rombauer Vineyards, made wine in their garage before the winery was built, and about what makes Rombauer such a special place …
 
In this episode, Zach takes a trip to the high desert mountain and wildlife mecca of Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge. Joined by expert Michael O'Casey, of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, they talk about the area's hot springs, majestic animals and best hikes in this little-traveled corner of the state.…
 
Keenan O’Hern and his business partner Austin Ziegler are on a mission to build a refillable bottle for the Oregon wine industry and create a circular ecosystem for reusable bottles. Revino will reuse existing wine bottles as well as manufacture their own Revino bottle, then collect, wash, inspect and make the bottles available to wineries to use a…
 
This week we talked with Karen Smith, Health Promotion & Care Transition Coordinator at Northwest Senior & Disability Service, about their health & wellness programs, why they are essential, and how to access them. Are you looking for a way to stay healthy, improve your health, or manage a health condition? If so, NWSDS offers free, evidence-based …
 
A 13 minute Master Class in Oregon Pinot Noir with Owner and Winemaker Ken Wright of Ken Wright Cellars. This is Episode #83 of Understanding Wine with Austin Beeman --- Ken Wright starts with the inherent characteristics of Pinot Noir and the importance of place to the profile of Pinot Noir. --- Wright then discusses the parent material and the Co…
 
It’s Monday, Let’s raise a glass to the beginning of another week. It’s time to unscrew, uncork or saber a bottle and let’s begin Exploring the Wine Glass! Today, I am sharing another audio recording of an online seminar I attended from the Oregon Wine Board. This week we Discover Rogue Valley. Directly from their site: Southern Oregon is home to m…
 
Those of you who listen to my podcast know that I am always looking for great wine stories to share the listeners. As I have said numerous times, one of the biggest perks to working in a winery is the great people you get to meet and the amazing stories you get to hear. Last week I had the opportunity to interview Richie Allen, Australian native, a…
 
This week we talked with Karen Smith, Health Promotion & Care Transition Coordinator at Northwest Senior & Disability Service, about their health & wellness programs, why they are essential, and how to access them. Are you looking for a way to stay healthy, improve your health, or manage a health condition? If so, NWSDS offers free, evidence-based …
 
Working in a winery is one of the most fulfilling jobs for people who are passionate about wine. It's not just the beauty of the vineyards or the satisfaction of working with your hands to make something that people love. One of my favorite aspects of working in a winery is all the great people you get to meet and all the great stories you hear. Th…
 
Finding safe transportation is one of the most important aspects of planning a trip to your favorite wine country. Recently I interviewed Kim Myers, owner of NW Wine Shuttle and I asked her what the advantages are of using a shuttle service like hers when visiting your favorite wine country. Here is what she had to say: Kim Myers interview clip her…
 
I have heard a lot of wine enthusiasts lately talk about how they no longer go to Napa because they believe its overpriced and can be too snobbish. Some people don’t like the fact that the tasting fees can be $75 to $100 per person or more and once you buy a few bottles of wine, you have spent a small fortune at only one place. I presented this que…
 
Yesterday I went through the process of settling and racking white wine and how temperature is crucial for white wine fermentation. Unlike our delicate white wine, red wine is allowed to ferment fast and hot. A typical red wine fermentation can get between 75-85 degrees Fahrenheit and can be completed in less than two weeks. Once the red wine ferme…
 
It’s Monday, Let’s raise a glass to the beginning of another week. It’s time to unscrew, uncork or saber a bottle and let’s begin Exploring the Wine Glass! Today, we return to Winephabet Street where the letter of the day is B for Baco Noir. We are extremely thankful to Carlo DeVito, who not only gave us an incredible webinar, but came back to do i…
 
Last week we started going through the process of making both red and white wines in a commercial winery. For white wines we got through receiving the fruit, pressing, and preparing for fermentation. White wines are fermented much differently than red wines because they have delicate aromas and flavors that the winemaker wants to make sure end up i…
 
This week our guest Maxine “Max” Tammany, a Hospice Consultant, joined us to discuss the benefits of Hospice. In this episode, we talk with Maxine ‘‘Max“ Tammany, a long-time Hospice Consultant and Educator, in this episode. She explains what services are covered in a hospice setting and how people can use those services to the greatest benefit. Ma…
 
Owner/Winemaker Ken Wright of Ken Wright Cellars about the Marine Sedimentary Profile of the taste of Pinot Noir. https://kenwrightcellars.com FOLLOW AUSTIN BEEMAN'S WINE ADVENTURE Website: http://www.austinbeeman.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/austinbeeman/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/understandingwine Twitter: https://twitter.com…
 
I try to have different types of guests on this podcast because I am fascinated with all aspects of wine and winemaking. This week I am so excited to share my interview with Brianna Pickens, the assistant tasting room manager at Frog’s Leap Winery in Rutherford, CA. Brianna was nice enough to talk about the 40-year history of the great Frog’s Leap …
 
This week I have been taking an in-depth look at the process of making wine in a commercial winery. Today I was going to talk about the importance of temperature in fermentation especially in white wines, racking, and settling, but since Thursday May 26th is International Chardonnay Day, I decided to celebrate Chardonnay instead. Monday I will disc…
 
Owner/Winemaker Ken Wright of Ken Wright Cellars about the Volcanic Profile of the taste of Pinot Noir. https://kenwrightcellars.com FOLLOW AUSTIN BEEMAN'S WINE ADVENTURE Website: http://www.austinbeeman.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/austinbeeman/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/understandingwine Twitter: https://twitter.com/AustinBee…
 
Yesterday we talked about receiving red wine grapes and color extraction, today we are going to discuss preparing for fermentation. Must is the name for the combination of skins and juice in a tank or barrel ready to be fermented. To start the fermentation of both red and white wines, the winemaker has two choices. The first choice is to allow the …
 
Yesterday we talked about white wine grape pressing because it’s the first step in making most white wines once the grapes arrive from the vineyard. Red wine, as you can imagine has an entirely different process. Since red wine color comes from the grape skins, the grapes need to spend time with the skins to get the color desired for the wine. Typi…
 
Oregon's state parks showcase many of the state's most beautiful places as well as the largest and most iconic campgrounds. But how did this system of over 350 parks, recreation areas and the Oregon Coast come together? It's a story of ambition and conservation, of colorful characters, near-calamity and rebirth. Zach talks to an associate director …
 
Once white wine grapes have reached the winery, they are usually pressed right away to extract the juice to prepare for fermentation. The juice is then pumped into the fermentation vessel of choice (usually a stainless-steel tank) This is a pretty awesome experience. The type of press we used for white wines was a pneumatic bladder press. These pre…
 
For serious terroir wine nerds only! Owner/Winemaker Ken Wright of Ken Wright Cellars talks about the Columbia River Basalt Flow and how erosion created the current AVAs of Oregon Wine Country. https://kenwrightcellars.com FOLLOW AUSTIN BEEMAN'S WINE ADVENTURE Website: http://www.austinbeeman.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/austinbeeman/ F…
 
It’s Monday, Let’s raise a glass to the beginning of another week. It’s time to unscrew, uncork or saber a bottle and let’s begin Exploring the Wine Glass! Today, I am sharing another audio recording of an online seminar I attended from the Oregon Wine Board. This week we learn about Urban Wineries in Portland. Directly from their site: The pulse o…
 
This week I’ve decided to take you through the process of making wine start to finish. This will give you an in depth look at what commercial wineries do to produce the beautiful wines we get to drink every day. When you visit your favorite winery during harvest time you likely see large white plastic bins stacked up all over the winery. These squa…
 
This week, Ann Horinouchi, COO and Community Developer from S3 Balance, joined us to discuss the importance of exercise for older adults, including seniors. Many think they’re too old to exercise, but the exact opposite is true. Exercise is more important when you’re 80 than when you’re 20. That’s when exercise is essential to maintain functional m…
 
Hello fellow Wine Enthusiasts, my name is Wesley Cable. Welcome to another episode of Obsessed with Wine. Natalie Ellis was born in the UK where her experience with wine at a young age included watching her parents drink wine with meals and share it with friends and family in social settings. Natalie’s family moved to the United States when she was…
 
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